Fall 2018 Understanding and Improving the U.S. Healthcare System MOOC
The Institute for Healthcare Policy and Innovation (IHPI) is excited to once again offer the "Understanding and Improving the U.S. Healthcare System" Residential MOOC. This course is designed to provide U-M students from a wide variety of backgrounds with an engaging, practical, and interactive opportunity to learn more about the U.S. healthcare system and gain insight about how they can improve it. This six-week course uses a mix of video-based lectures, online moderated discussion forums, and one in-person session to introduce learners to the main topics related to the historically complex U.S. healthcare system.

The fall 2018 program begins on Monday, October 8, 2018 and runs through Friday, November 16. Students should expect minimal course work with approximately 2 hours of work each week. There is also a one-time, 90 minute in-person group seminar which will take place in mid-November.

Learners have the choice of taking this course for 1 credit through the School of Public Health (PUBHLTH 626) or for no credit as an open learner. For those students interested in taking this for 1 credit please indicate so by answering the final question in the form below. Those students who answer yes will be notified when the course is available for registration in Wolverine Access. Please note that you must register for PUBHLTH 626 to receive 1 credit.

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